Ali Carter stormed into the final of the Coral World Grand Prix with a ruthless 6-0 whitewash of Xiao Guodong in Cheltenham.
Guus Til scored twice as in-form AZ Alkmaar recorded a fourth successive Eredivisie win by comfortably beating bottom club NAC Breda 3-0.
A shop worker at Harrods who killed a father with a single punch after he asked for a cigarette during a night out in Trafalgar Square has been jailed.
Footage from SeaWorld San Diego shows a Japanese Spider Crab, the largest crab species in the world, dramatically moulting its shell over six hours.
Greece’s parliament has approved a measure for Macedonia to join Nato, ending a decades-old dispute.
A female Sumatran tiger at ZSL London Zoo has been killed by her potential new mate on their first introduction.
An international agreement to grow and sustain social enterprises in Scotland and Canada has been announced by Nicola Sturgeon on a visit to Toronto.
A senior Tory has been condemned by Health Secretary Matt Hancock and Home Secretary Sajid Javid after he blocked child protection proposals linked to female genital mutilation (FGM).
Former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg has said he will decide by the end of the month whether to seek the presidency.
George Michael’s personal art collection – which includes works by Tracey Emin and Damien Hirst – will be sold at auction by Christie’s.